Printing off email


We are using Outlook 2003 and 2007 clients.

If I print off an email thread, it normally prints off the thread as it appears in Outlook, i.e the newest message first. Therefore if reading the paper, you have to start from the bottom of the last sheet.

Does anyone know of this can be reversed so that the oldest message appears first when printing (or viewing even)?

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To change the way Outlook is arranging your messages, click the Arranged By button to reveal a shortcut menu of all the arrangements you can use. Then click on the date button to change the way they are displayed.
No, you can't rearrange the contents of the email for viewing or printing. You can rearrange how the various emails are displayed in Outlook as Itwilliams has pointed-out, but you can't rearrange from ascending to descending in the body of a particular email.

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